Tag Archives: balanced budget

Trimming the Cost of Medical Care – Part I

If this is your first visit to the blog site, please see Welcome above. Should there be a cap on lifetime medical benefits or should they be unlimited? The following is an excerpt from my Draft Book, The Next Golden … Continue reading

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Wealth Redistribution – Part II: What is Fair?

If this is your first visit to the blogsite, please see the Welcome above. How much is too much? The “Fiscal Cliff” has been averted.  (Another “crisis” essentially fabricated by the media to sell papers)  No surprise there.  Neither party … Continue reading

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Wealth Redistribution, Part 1: And Your Point Is?

If this is your first visit to the website, please see the Welcome above. Conservative columnists and commentators (I consider myself a conservative moderate) often use the term “Wealth Redistribution” as if it were an unequivocal evil thing, like say … Continue reading

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No Representation Without Taxation

If this is your first visit to the website, please see the Welcome above. We all know that our country was started on the battle cry, “No taxation without representation.” Initially the reverse was true also, “No representation (voting) without … Continue reading

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Write Congress, “Improve Deficit”

If this is your first visit to the web site, please see Welcome above. Today is the day to start fixing the budget deficit. The elections are over; it’s safe to answer your phone again.  The lame duck Congress is … Continue reading

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Entitlements – Part 1, The Bad Check We Wrote to Ourselves

If this is your first visit to the site, please see the Welcome above. Entitlements are not something Congress has done for us (or to us) nor something that they owe us. “Entitlements” are a post-dated check we have written to … Continue reading

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Birthday Thoughts: The Boomer Legacy

If this is your first visit to the website, please see the Welcome above. Today is my 61st birthday, well 62nd if you count the day I was born.  The stark reality is that my life is well past half … Continue reading

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